R. Kelly now under investigation by Fulton County DA

R. Kelly now under investigation by Fulton County DA

R. Kelly now under investigation by Fulton County DA

"Sources connected to the case tell us the Fulton County District Attorney's Office has opened an investigation into allegations made against the singer in (the docuseries) "Surviving R. Kelly", TMZ reports".

Now, R. Kelly, who denies all claims of abuse, is reportedly gearing up to strike back and discredit the accusers seen in the series.

In the documentary, women portray R. Kelly as manipulative, violent and focused on young girls, allegedly demanding they call him 'daddy'.

ET Live recently spoke to high-profile attorney Gloria Allred, who talked about what legal action may follow Surviving R. Kelly.

Master P went on to say, "I don't know if R. Kelly did it or not; that ain't my business". The courts ruled in Kelly's favour.

DeRogartis's most recent investigative work included allegations of a "sex cult" based at R Kelly's Atlanta home, kidnapping, underage rape and harassment.

Numerous women came forward in the docuseries in which friends, family, and accusers opened up about their alleged relationships with Kelly, 51, who has been accused of pursuing relationships with underage women - several of whom he allegedly met at the mall or high schools.

In the final part of the documentary, it's alleged that Kelly forces women to use buckets instead of bathrooms at his estate, and that the buckets could only be emptied with his permission.

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The three-part show, which was shown on Lifetime, featured multiple exes of the 51-year-old, as well as others who have collaborated with him over the years. Since the show ended in the United States on Saturday, January 5, reports have emerged of what R Kelly has reportedly said about the series. "I apologise to all of his survivors for working with him and for taking this long to speak out". John Legend also appeared on the show. "I believe these women and don't give a f*** about protecting a serial child rapist".

"We failed our communities as black people", he added. "It's just prevalent in all media", he says in the clip.

I posed this question on my Facebook page in May of 2018 and 236 comments later, the consensus was Black women have little to no confidence in a Black man defending them and some even mentioned the fear they harbor.

It's on all of us to stand up against sexual assault.

Over the past 25 years, R. Kelly has sold 60 million albums, sold out national tours and accrued millions of streams and radio plays.

Now, 51-year-old R. Kelly has seen his Spotify streams jump 16%.

R. Kelly has responded to the documentary, saying he has not watched it but plans to sue.

"Making a song with R. Kelly was a mistake".

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